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[filmscanners] Re: Fw: Re: Nikon LS-4000ED Depth of FieldRevisited



Derek - your results sound pretty good, if your DOF is the same as mine
(sorry I don't remember your DOF result).  Your auto feeder seems to be
excellent, I want one.   The manual holder result is the same as mine.

Re Rob's question - I think I remember that there is a significant
difference between the LS4000 autofeeder and LS30/2000, but don't remember
what.  Does the LS4000 feeder manage to keep the film straight unlike the
LS30/2000 which curls it up into a tight spool?

Julian

>Didn't find much difference btwn the auto strip feeder and the manual
>strip holder when it came to total focus plane variation on the same piece
>of film.  They were quite close, but the autostrip feeder actually proved
>a little bit better at a delta of 16 nikon units vs. 21 nikon units for
>the manual holder.
>
>Am planning on measuring same with both a glassless and AN glass slide
>mount for further comparison.
>
>Thanks and sorry for the delay.
>
>Derek


Julian
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